Thermomix Vanilla Fudge -Milko Flavour
This Vanilla fudge tastes just like the old-fashioned “milko” lollies. Its creamy and rich and has the most intense vanilla flavour.
Making fudge in the Thermomix is so much easier than the old fashioned stovetop method. I’ve been experimenting with so many different flavours of fudge lately but, so far, this, and Salted Caramel Fudge are my two favourites.
A delicious Vanilla Fudge which tastes just like the old fashioned Milko chew lollies.
- 395 g can condensed milk
- 200 g white "Dream" chocolate
- 220 g caster sugar
- 125 g butter
- 40 ml glucose
- 4 tsp Queen Vanilla Bean Paste
- 2 tsp Vanilla Extract
Place the white chocolate in TM bowl. Blitz 5sec/Speed 9.
Reserve the chocolate in a bowl for later use.
Add condensed milk, chopped butter, sugar, and glucose syrup to TM Bowl. Cook for 8mins/100C/Speed 3 (MC OUT).
Scrape down the bowl being careful not to drip any condensation into the fudge.
Cook for a further 20mins/Varoma/Speed 3 (MC OUT).
Add the chopped chocolate and both types of vanilla to the TM Bowl. Combine 10secs/Speed 4.
Repeat this process until the chocolate has melted and is combined.
Pour the fudge into a lined square 20 x 20cm tin or slice tin, refrigerate until set.
Slice the fudge into squares.
This recipe is made super easy in the Thermomix.
Tip: Make sure to cut the fudge prior to refrigerating.
This recipe was originally published on the Queens Food website. The method given was for a stovetop but I wanted to cook it in the Thermomix. I find making fudge on the stove a real chore. The mixture splatters and sticks to the bottom of the pan. I decided to try converting the method for the Thermomix and it worked perfectly.
This recipe tastes just like the old-fashioned “Milko chew” which used to be sold in corner stores.
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